10 Foods With More Fiber Than an Apple

Russet Potato

These oft-vilified spuds are singled out by carb critics unjustifiably. They might be white—which we often equate with nutrient-deficient refined carbs

Sweet Potato

Their orange hue signifies their amazing source of carotenoids, antioxidants which help stabilize blood sugar levels, lower insulin resistance

Artichoke Hearts

You'll get just under 5 grams of fiber per half a cup serving when you add these hearts to salads, pastas, or chicken dishes to keep your hunger pangs at bay.


It might not be the fiber superhero we were hoping for, but chickpeas are still some of the healthiest, most versatile pulses around.

Whole-Grain Pasta

Either way, whole grain pastas have at least 3 more grams of the waistline-friendly nutrient than their white flour counterparts.

Whole Grain Breads

Being on a diet doesn't mean you can no longer have a slice of bread. That's because not all breads are the refined, white carb bombs that will more often than not seem to shatter 

Rolled Oats

Just stray from the instant variety, which is not only rolled thinner than this variety but is also pre-cooked to break down the carbs prior to your eating it.

Steel-Cut Oats

Oats boast both insoluble and soluble fiber, but the soluble one is particularly beneficial. Because our bodies can't break down soluble fiber

Chia Seeds

Just a glance at what happens to chia seeds when you sprinkle them in your pudding or smoothies bowls gives you a glimpse into what happens in our bellies.


It's benefits are clear—the chemical works on a genetic level to effectively "switch off" cancer genes, leading to the targeted death of cancer cells and slowing of disease progression. 

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